- Ghanaian singer King Promise has met Southampton defender Mohammed Salisu at the Saint Mary's
- Mohammed Salisu featured for the Saints as they came from a goal down to beat Chelsea on Tuesday evening
- The Southampton star declared his intentions to play for Ghana last month and could make the team to the World Cup in Qatar
Multiple award winning Ghanaian singer, King Promise, took the chance to meet Southampton defender Mohammed Salisu after the game against Chelsea on Tuesday night at the Saint Mary's.
Mohammed Salisu produced a solid performance as Southampton shocked Chelsea to claim all three points at home.
In a photo posted on social media after the game, King Promise, who is in England to promote his new album 5 Star, was spotted with the centre-back.
Mohammed Salisu presented King Promise, a Chelsea fan, with a customized Southampton jersey with the name of the 'CCTV' crooner printer at the back.
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Meanwhile, Salisu who played the entire duration of the game between Southampton and Chelsea was resolute in defence as the Saints came from a goal down to beat the Blues.
Chelsea started the game brightly with summer signing Raheem Sterling netting the opener after 23 minutes.
The Saints levelled through Romeo Lavi five minutes later before Adam Armstrong scored the winner at the stroke of half time.
Mohammed Salisu has featured in all five games in the new English Premier League season.
Mohammed Salisu is ready to play for the Black Stars of Ghana
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The 23-year-old has been on a self-imposed exile from the national team after rejecting multiple approaches from the Ghana Football Association.
But according to Joy Sports, officials of the Ghana FA have been able to convince the tough-tackling defender to represent the Black Stars on international level.
Ghanaian singer King Promise hangs out with Hudson-Odoi and Hakim Ziyech
Prolific Ghanaian singer King Promise has been hanging out with Chelsea duo Callum Hudson-Odoi and Hakim Ziyech as he celebrates his new album and birthday.
The multiple award-winning musician just turned 27 and he is in London promoting his new work, 5 Star Album.
In photos posted on social media, King Promise known in real life as Gregory Bortey, is seen having a good time with the players.